I don't think that Burmese Pythons should not be allowed to be kept in homes or as pets. They are not safe and can cause harm. A toddler or an infant would not be able to protect itself if it attacked it. When they are hungry they will eat anything they can to satisfy itself. They’re not a safe pet to be kept in homes.
While fossils generally do not preserve soft tissue such as lungs, a very fine theropod dinosaur fossil has been found in which the outline of the visceral cavity has been well preserved. The evidence clearly indicates that this theropod had lung and respiratory mechanics similar to that of a crocodile—not a bird. There was evidence of a diaphragm-like muscle separating the lung from the liver, much as you see in modern crocodiles. These observations suggest that this theropod was similar to an ectothermic reptile, not an endothermic bird.
The Burmese python has become a predatory species in the Florida Everglades. The reason for this problem is the rapid growth rate of the species occurring all over the Everglades. The species have become pets and then thrown in canals. They also escape from zoos and move from other states because of the warm moist weather. The environment is an excellent breeding ground for the ever growing population of Burmese pythons in the Everglades. Mark Sedensky, Time for Kids, notes, “A python can produce anywhere from 10 to 150 eggs per year. Scientists have collected data the capture of 1,935 Burmese pythons in and around the Everglades.”
The Burmese python is a beautiful snake that can weigh up to 200 pounds and grow up to the length of 23 feet according to Piven 44. These snakes are native to Southeast Asia and ended up in the Everglades. These snakes mean no harm but due to irresponsible owners these snakes have adopted to the Everglades ecosystem. The Burmese python has caused a decrease in the local animal population. The Burmese python has also caused a change in the little ecosystem the Everglades has. The view of people about the Everglades has also changed.
Florida Gulf Coast University is not only home to about 13,717 undergraduate college students but is also inhabited by wildlife. FGCU is approximately 740 acres and half of those acres are inhabited by wildlife like gators (FGCU the College Board). Alligators can be found in almost all bodies of water here on campus. Alligators, if you give them characteristic traits, would be actually considered shy creatures in a way. You know the old saying “they are more afraid of you then you are of them” perfectly describes gators. When calling a gator shy, all it implies is that they will flee from humans if one comes and approaches them. The only time Alligators lose respect and fear for humans is when they are being fed; They will associate humans
Burmese pythons have a large number of sharp, strong, curved teeth. They have long bodies that can strangle their prey. Burmese pythons have invaded Florida’s Everglades. These snakes are very vicious, and they have no known predators. These pythons will tear their way through the Everglades. They don’t belong in Florida, and they are taking over the Everglades. The presence of the invasive Burmese pythons, has a negative impact on the population of other animals in the Everglades.
Burmese Pythons are a species of snakes that originate from Southeast Asia. They are an invasive species, and invade in places such as the Florida Everglades. Many people had them as pets, but when they became too big for homeowners they decided to set them free into the Everglades. As snakes can eat many large and small animals, they have enough to food to survive. But as they are not native to the Florida Everglades they then have no natural predators, so they reproduce, and each egg has about 10 snakes in them, so you can see why that may be a problem. As many people may think the snakes are a threat they may also be scared and may not want to help, but there are people that do want to help and need to find a solution to the problem. For example
Burmese pythons are a serious problem in the Florida Everglades. These dangerous snakes are constantly influencing the Everglades very negatively. The Burmese python is changing the Everglades by impacting local animals, people, and the ecosystem.
To begin with, the Burmese pythons are highly affecting the Florida everglades. These snakes are one of the largest in the world. They are killing the animals that are needed. The Burmese python snakes are also putting many people in danger. To help this cause the people are doing a python hunt to help kill the snakes. There are many ways the pythons are affecting the everglades.
Imagine if all the mammals disappeared then then animals would go extinct and will humans be next? Burmese pythons have both
Ecosystems are something we never think about. We let nature take over it’s way of life. What we don’t realize is that these systems could be corrupt by anything at any given time. This is, unfortunately, an issue in many places, but there is one place in particular. The Everglades, located in Florida. Burmese Pythons are overpopulating The Everglades, causing many effects on the ecosystem. This is affecting the local animals, the people, and the snakes themselves.
If they live out in the wild their enviroment can be diffrent. In the wild they can have trees, tanks and grasslands, or if they live on a ranch, it can be a working environment. Herding cattle, patroling the ranch,pulling wagons, roping cattle, searching for a missing person, and going on trail rides are examples of an working enviroment.
All living species should be treated with care and respect, no organisms should be made a commodity for the sake of human interest. Exotic animals, which are unusual or rare species such as lions, tigers, and non-human primates – are nowadays kept within households as pets. However, according to research, 98% of the people believe that exotic animals should not be kept as “pets”. Such opinions are due to several reasons that are sometimes supported and other times opposed. Exotic animals should not be treated as pets because they are not completely tamable, they belong to their natural habitat, and they may be transmitting zoonotic diseases to those around them. In contrast, some people believe that exotic animals should be kept as pets to save them from extinction.